Not being a tennis player, any idea how much it would cost to REMOVE a Har Tru tennis ct. and to replace it with soil for planting?

Asked by Tina Flow, Litchfield County, CT Sun Jul 4, 2010

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tonda, Both Buyer And Seller, 06811
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Har tru is a natural clay & not cement or asphalt. If you are very interested in a property negotiate the courts removal as a part of the deal.
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John Chopour…, , Ridgefield, CT
Thu Jul 8, 2010
Tina, I know a great landscaper in the area. He's done some tricky things and should be able to give you a price. Feel free to call my cell (203-733-4323) or e-mail me (jchopourian@prudentialct.com).
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Candace Lipi…, Agent, Norwalk, CT
Mon Jul 5, 2010
You will need an excavator. Many large landscaping companies can propably do it. I have one who handles the western part of Fairfield County not far from Litchfield County. It will not be cheap. I'm speculating 1000's.
If you need further info let me know. Good luck. Also, think first about what value the court adds before removing. You just may have guests who play.You can add a basketball hoop inside the court. Do not know how much acreage you have and what location or space it takes up. Just a thought.

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Candace Lipira
Keller Williams Platinum Properties
Fairfield County, CT
candylipirahomes.com
203-856-8501
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Debra B Albe…, Agent, Port St Lucie, FL
Mon Jul 5, 2010
Tina,
Call a contractor, it is probably the same as removing a driveway or anything else. Get 3 estimates and make sure your contracter will pull the necessary permits to do the work.

Debbie Albert, PA
Coldwell Banker Residential
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